Modern caps are a bit smaller now. No harm in trying it if voltage/capacitance are equivalent. Just make sure you wire up the tags to correct polarity if they are polarised. Looking at the age of it the dielectric will have probably broken down. Common fault in old caps from that era.
No need for vaseline with tubes. Just make sure the bungs are not old and hardened. I usually get at least 5 working days out of them.
Jars seem to last a bit longer as long as your jar/lid is clean and chip free. You will need vaseline for them tho'.
Most of the above statements are 90% right. In 30 years I have seen many initiatives? enacted to try and change the job for the better. All have failed. Why? Lack of commitment by employers, schools and yes, even trade unions and technicians doomed them all.
Up here in Scotland we're under 2...
Sorry to hear your leaving with all that c**p you have been through. I'm a couple of years behind you, retire Oct. 2023, and despair at the way this job is going. Something has to be done soon or long term this is a dead career, certainly at this level.
If he has a ps4/xbox/p.c. then Train Sim World 2020/2 shows how to drive a train, all kinds on many routes but not steam at the moment. It also allows you to undestand signalling. The German system is a real challenge.
Well, what to say. After 30 years of reports, investigations, enquiries and any other name you can call it we are still where we were when I started 30 years ago. Adrift, unrecognised etc. I have tried on at least one occasion to get either local councillors and M.PS. interested in...
Same up here in Scotland. We had a thing up here about 15 years ago called single status. It was meant to "harmonize" jobs within the council. Of course they could not resist trying and in some cases downgrading jobs. The techs missed that by a whisker. I asked my union, I won't mention them by...